Fatemeh Hassanipour is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and an affiliated faculty member in the Department of Bioengineering. She also serves as the Director of the Advanced Research on Thermofluid Systems (ARTS) Laboratory. Her research interests are applications of Heat transfer and Fluid mechanics including:

  • Energy Conservation, Storage, and Management
  • Electronic Cooling
  • Health
  • Modeling and Simulation of Biomechanical Systems

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Recent Submissions

  • A Clinical Experiment on Infant Applied Pressures During Breastfeeding 

    Jiang, Lin; Alatalo, Diana L.; Geddes, Donna T.; Hassanipour, Fatemeh (Amer Soc Mechanical Engineers, 2019)
    Breastfeeding provides both nutrients and immunities necessary for infant growth. Understanding the biomechanics of breastfeeding requires capturing both positive and negative pressures exerted by infants on the breast. ...
  • Nipple Deformation and Peripheral Pressure on the Areola During Breastfeeding 

    Jiang, Lin; Alatalo, Diana L.; Geddes, Donna T.; Hassanipour, Fatemeh (Amer Soc Mechanical Engineers, 2019-10-01)
    Breastfeeding is a complex process where the infant utilizes two forms of pressure during suckling, vacuum and compression. Infant applied compression, or positive oral pressure, to the breast has not been previously studied ...
  • Thermal Fluid Analysis of Cold Plasma Methane Reformer 

    Sobhansarbandi, S.; Maharjan, Lizon; Fahimi, Babak; Hassanipour, Fatemeh (MDPI AG, 2018-05-01)
    One of the most important methods of methane utilization is the conversion to synthesis gas (syngas). However, conventional ways of reforming methane usually require very high temperature, therefore non-thermal (non-equilibrium) ...